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Maui Ecotourism

An important value for native Hawaiians and Hawaii locals is the idea of “malama aina” or care for the land. On Maui there are a variety of activities visitors can explore to see how native Hawaiians of the past worked the land, and how locals today are keeping Hawaii more sustainable for generations to come.

Visit Kula in Upcountry Maui to take a farm tour and see the farm-to-table process that is such a vital part of Hawaii Regional Cuisine. Explore one of Maui’s botanical gardens or farms featuring native Hawaiian plants, orchids, protea, coffee and even lavender. Or travel to the slopes of Haleakala National Park for a once in a lifetime opportunity to see endangered plants and animals like the Nene goose and the silversword.

Farm to Table Maui

Follow the farm to table process by touring the upland farms of Upcountry Maui then dine in the prestigious restaurants of west and south Maui.

Hawaii Regional Cuisine on Maui

Hawaii Regional Cuisine inventively blends Maui’s freshest flavours with the cuisine of the world.

Lanai and Molokai Day Trips

Lanai and Molokai are easily accessible from Maui, with inter-island ferries running daily from Lahaina Harbor.

Paniolo of Maui

Paniolo are Hawaiian cowboys and their traditions continue to live on today in places like Makawao in Upcountry Maui.